Apr 07 2017 08:40 AM
Apr 12 2017 02:57 AM
I far as I know, Wiki currently not supporting URL-s. However, you can enter link to another wiki page or specific section on wiki page within Teams.
Click the more icon next to the page name or section header (three dots). That will open up a menu that lets grab a shareable link ('Get link'). You can paste it into another wiki page, even if it's not in the same team or channel and it will work. Default link name is 'yourpagename in Wiki' (for example 'URL support in Wiki').
You can edit link name by deleting parts of it, for example you can get rid of "in Wiki" part. If you want to add anything or totally change link name you must enter your own text within default link text and after that delete everything which is not necessary. Editing link name is not working when you try to add anything at the end of link name, even if there is no spaces.
So it's the possibility to link together wiki pages and sections albeit very time consuming.
Apr 12 2017 05:23 AM
This "feature" needs to be available asap. I don't know why that does not work? The wiki is not usable like this.
Is there any plan to add the functionality?
Apr 13 2017 11:56 AM
Jun 05 2017 01:32 AM
You should use Teams markdown for hyperlinks which now works in wiki:
Don't forget press space key at the end (it will trigger autoconvert).
NB! You can paste URL, but if you paste whole markdown it will not work
Jun 05 2017 01:54 AM - edited Jun 05 2017 01:54 AM
As of now I am able to enter URL-s in wiki by:
With markdown: don't forget press space at end to trigger conversion; you can paste URL part and it will work but if you paste whole markdown [Bing](https://bing.com) it will not work.
Aug 05 2017 09:29 AM
Everything everyone has stated so far is correct, but one thing that may not be clear is what you can do when you past a URL. Pasting a URL, as stated, will automatically create a link using the display the same as the URL address. But after pasting you can can edit the link display and doing so will not affect the pasted address. So again, past a URL and replace with what ever you want it to say. The result is a link with a friendly display name.
Aug 06 2017 07:49 PM - edited Aug 06 2017 08:04 PM
My workaround is:
- put some text in square brackets in the wiki, followed by an open bracket
- copy the link from your browser without the "h" at the start of the url
- then paste it in the wiki after the open bracket
- then type in the missing "h" in the url
- then type in the closed bracket, and hit spacebar
hmmm, this doesn't work when the url has "www" in it
The new workaround is copy the link from your browser without the "https://w"
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